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What Does Price Earnings Ratio Mean? Use the PE for Smart Investing

What Does Price Earnings Ratio Mean? Use the PE for Smart Investing

By in Advanced Investing, Asset Allocation, Investing, Mutual Funds, Stocks | 2 comments

Understanding the PE Ratio Most investors are best suited to invest in a diversified portfolio of index funds in an asset allocation in line with their risk tolerance. The research is quite clear that it is exceedingly difficult to beat the overall stock market over time. That said, there are those who like to analyze individual stocks and attempt to beat the market. For those active investors, as well as those interested in understanding a bit more about investing, you’ll learn about how to use the PE ratio when investing.Read on to find out the answer to the question,...

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How Does Mark Cuban Invest?

How Does Mark Cuban Invest?

By in Investing, Personal Finance Luminaries | 0 comments

How Does Wealthy Entrepreneur Mark Cuban Invest?  Contributing columnist, Timothy Gagnon Money Tips From a Great Businessman Mark Cuban, best known for his aggressive personality on ABC’s Shark Tank is a billionaire investor, entrepreneur, business owner, and NBA team owner. Mark Cuban’s business advice tends to be blunt and straight to the point. He doesn’t beat around the bush. Today we’re going to share his best money and investment advice so you can find out the answer to ‘How does Mark Cuban invest?’ Keep in mind there’s no guarantee you’ll see the same success as Mark Cuban if you follow his investment formula....

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Passive Income Investments – Fact or Fiction

Passive Income Investments – Fact or Fiction

By in Bond, Investing, Make Money, Stocks | 17 comments

  “Investing should be more like watching paint dry or watching grass grow. If you want excitement, take $800 and go to Las Vegas.” Paul Samuelson Passive income investments are touted as a way to keep the money flowing without the work. In other words, with passive income streams your passive income investments are set up once to deliver regular cash flow. You’ll learn whether investing in real estate, stocks, and bonds are true passive income opportunities and ways to create that future income stream.  My Passive Income Investments History Is real estate a road to passive income? When I...

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Are 2017 Financial Forecasts For Real?

Are 2017 Financial Forecasts For Real?

By in Economics, Investing, Mind and Money, Wealth | 0 comments

Financial Forecasts – Myth Or Reality? During a recent trip from San Francisco to Ohio, I spent several hours indulging in the Wall Street Journal, cover-to-cover. Fascinated by their second quarter Markets Review & Outlook Section on July 3, 2017, I fervently read the predictions made by pros compared with reality. Learn whether the financial forecasts hit the mark or veered off course. I assumed that at least one prediction for the markets for 2017 might have materialized. Yet, out of 8 economic predictions, ranging from U.S. stock indexes to inflation, the experts were all wrong. Here’s why it matters....

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3 Dividend Stocks to Own In Retirement

3 Dividend Stocks to Own In Retirement

By in Guest Post, Inflation, Investing, Retirement, Stocks | 1 comment

Guest Contributor; Gaurav Sharma 3 Top Dividend Stocks for Retirement If there is and one priority for a retiree investor, it is income.  This can be achieved by owning the best dividend stocks within your investment portfolio.  Dividend stock investing actually has two potential benefits: An opportunity for capital appreciation. A steady or increasing cash flow. A dividend stock investor deploys capital into companies with juicy dividend payments. Depending upon when the dividends are paid, you earn regular cash payments deposited into your brokerage account. After purchasing the stock, there’s no additional work, making dividend investing perfect for retirees....

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5 Inspiring Warren Buffett Investing Quotes

5 Inspiring Warren Buffett Investing Quotes

By in Investing, Mind and Money, Money Management, Mutual Funds, Personal Finance, Stocks, Tips, Wealth | 6 comments

Warren Buffett is considered one of the most successful investors of our time. According to BusinessInsider‘s Andy Kiersz, in “Here’s How Rich You’d Be if You’d Invested $1,000 in Buffett Way Back When”, $1,000 invested in Berkshire Hathaway in 1964, would be worth about $11.6 million today. This information uses the 1964 share price of $19 and the February 27, 2015 closing price of $221,180 for Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-A). With the more recent closing share price of $194,620 (September 25, 2015) you’d still be rich. Bonus; What is Multifactor Investing and is it Worth a Try? I don’t...

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